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Block party and health fair will
celebrate 20th anniversary of Novant unit
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Novant Health Today's
Woman OB/GYN and
Pediatrics will be having its
20th anniversary Block
Party and Health Fair on
Saturday, June 27 from
noon to 4 p.m., rain or
The location of the cel
ebration will take place at
the Novant Health Todav's
Pediatrics facility on 2001 Today's Woman Ave.
The celebration is free to the community and will con
sist of free food, music, health screenings (such as blood
pressure, iron, bone density, glucose, and cholesterol
screenings), a talent show, give
a-ways, a baby contest, and
i much more.
Also, any female over 35
years old, who has a primary
care physician and insurance,
can schedule a mammogram on
this da^ There are 24 appoint
ments ^available and will be
filled on a first come, first serve
basis. For more information for
a mammogram, call Tamika
Cole, LPN at the same number.
Anyone interested in volunteering, entering his or her
child in the kids contest (ages 0-6), having his or her choir
or dance group perform, should call Tamika Cole, LPN, at
Today's Woman OB/GYN
Woman OB/GYN and
Bible College honors New Jerusalem member [
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
Dr. Mattie M. Walker was honored as First Mother of
Living Espitle Bible College in Greenbpro during the
Walker is the wife of the late Dr. J. T Walker, mother
of four children, nine grandchildren, and eight great-grand
children. She is active in all of their lives.
Walker is in good standing in her church. She is a New
Jerusalem Baptist Church Missionary Field Worker for the
High Point Educational & Missionary Woman's Auxiliary.
She's first vice president of the Interdenominational
Ministers' Wives of Winston-Salem and Vicinity.
She works with the East Winston Precinct along with
School of Ministry
The Holy Trinity Full Gospel
Baptist Church is having a School
of Ministry session on Sunday,
June 28 at 4 p.m. on 5307 Peters
Creek Parkway. Featured speaker
will be Pastor Richard C. Miller Sr.
For more information, contact the
church at 336-784-9347.
Beginning June 29
Vacation Bible School
Piney Grove Baptist Church
will have Vacation Bible School
from Monday, June 29 through
Friday, July 3 from 6 to 8 p.m. at
the PGBC Family Life Center on
4633 Grove Garden Drive. The
theme is "Winning Souls and
Teaching God's Word for the
Advancement of the Kingdom." A
light dinner will be served from
5:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. nightly. All
ages are invited to attend. For
more information call 336-744
Church Ministry Anniversary
Vessels of Honor Church
Ministries is having its sixth
church and pastor's anniversary on
Sunday, July 12 at 11 a.m. on 3608
Ogburn Ave. Pastor Fredrick
Smalley of Sanctuary of Faith
Ministry will speak. At 4 p.m.,
Pastor Johnny Scoot of Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church of
Yadkinville will speak. Bishop
Marvin and Pastor Clara T.
Cremedy lead the church. For
more information contact the
church at 336-624-9351.
Lunch and learn
The Trinity Glen Church will be
having a lunch and learn on
Monday, Aug. 3 from 10:30 a.m. to
Pastor and Bishop Cremtdy
1:30 p.m. at 849 Waterworks Road.
The subject will about
"Conversation in Death and
Dying." Key speakers of this event
will be Gary Cook, M.Div., LSCW,
pastoral counselor and psychother
apist; and Christopher Ehrlich, hos
pice chaplain from Hospice of the
Piedmont. Please RSVP with num
ber of people attending to
The Sovereign Grace Bible
Institute will begin its fall classes
on Sept. 14. This will be a one-and
a-half year certificate program.
On Monday nights we will be
studying Ephesians and Practical
Lessons on the Christian Life.
Then on Tuesday nights there will
be classes on the book of Romans
and studies in Systematic
Theology. An Old Testament
Survey class will be added in the
Classes will be held on Monday
and Tuesday nights from 7 to 9 at
2712 Bon Air Ave. If you are inter
ested in this type of in-depth Bible
study, please call Elder Warren
Burrell at 336-924-6091 or 336
682-6782. The. final registration
day will be on Sept. 11. For more
information visit the website at
w ww.sgchapel .org.
Christ Kingdom Building
Worship Center, 3894 North
Hampton Dr., in partnership with
second Harvest Food Bank of
NWNC, provides to the community
at large an Emergency Food
Assistance Program on Tuesdays (2
p.m.); Wednesdays (4:30 p.m.);
first and third Saturdays, 10 a.m. to
noon); and second and fourth
Saturdays, 8 to 10 a.m.
SJ Boutique Free clothes closet
is open every second, fourth and
fifth Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. each month at St. James
A.M.E. Church, 1501 N. Patterson
Ave. Open to the public. Volunteers
needed. Contact 336-995-1464.
New Liberty Baptist Ministries,
5009 Voss St., will host Noon-Day
Express services on Wednesdays
from noon to 12:45 p.m. Guest
speakers from around the city and
area will encourage your hearts at
midweek preaching the Gospel of
Power and Commitment^Llunch
will be offered. The publi^^cor
dially invited to attend. ReMsDr.
Linda Beal is the host pastor. -
Food Pantry and
Clothes Closet *
Every second Saturday of each
month from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
Calvary Hill Church of Greater
Deliverance Inc. invites anyone
who is in need of food and clothes.
The Food Pantry and Clothes
Closet is at 4951 Manning St.
Direct all question to Missionary
Tammy Orr at 336-744-3012.
Tuesday Center r
Join Calvary Hill Church of
Greater Deliverance Inc. from 7:30
to 8:30 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday
of each month at the Bethesda
Center, 930 North Patterson Ave.,
providing hope through teaching
and preaching presented by
Calvary Hill's ministerial staff.
For more information contact the
church at 336-744-3012.
Men Helping Men
All men young and old are
invited to fellowship with Calvary
Hill Church of Greater Deliverance
Inc., 4951 Manning St., during
Men Helping Men Be Men every
Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. For
nwe information, contact 336
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gance about their relationship with God, the people want
ed more and more without regards to the poor. Their greed
blinded them to the fact that the poor were also Almighty
God's creation! Israel's sins were many but the prophet
told them to repent and God would continue to bless them.
In Scripture, God often used natural disasters (droughts,
storms, earthquakes, etc) to discipline His people but they
would soon forget. The call to repentance was continuous
ly ignored. Sadly, the people's disobedience caused God
to tell them that His patience has come to an end; judg
ment is on the way. Amos' final message, including a
word of hope was probably given around 750 BC. Israel
fell to the Assyrians in 722 BC.
Lesson: Amos' pleas for the people to be spared have
come to an end. Israel is the basket of ripe fruit symboliz
ing the end of the harvest and ruin. The messenger simply
passes along God's decision. Their songs in the temple at
Bethel will be reduced to loud waitings as the people wit
ness death and destruction all around them. Amos lists
their many sins as economic exploitation, injustices, judi
cial corruption, empty rituals instead of true worship, lav
' . a
ish lifestyles, and arrogance. The people are so consumed
with selfishness they want the holy days to end quickly in
order to get back to their daily lives. Amos says that their
greed leads them to sell the poor into slavery and the
needy for a pair of sandals. They would include the "bad
wheat" with the good to raise their profits. The prophet
declares that in the Day of the Lord, the darkness will
take-over the day and the feasts will be a time of mourn
Life's Application: While Amos' words are specifi
cally aimed at the rich and powerful, we heed the warning
as well. Are we guilty of exploitation? Do we cheat people
for our gain? We pretend to care for others or is it a show?
God knows the truth!! Is our worship coming from deep
within or is it empty ritual? When our lives are going great
let's not figure out how to take from the poor for personal
gain. God is not condemning wealth but he expects us to
be good stewards. What is God's justice? Surely it doesn't
help the rich and powerful at the expense of the rest of us?
His judgment will come when He decides. The best that
we can do is to examine "the man in the mirror", repent
and do better. When His patience runs His course after
giving us chances to repent over and over, judgment will